Must See Yachts of Dusseldorf Boot Show 2020

Must See Yachts of Dusseldorf Boot Show 2020

11 december 2019

The 2020 Yachting season is opening up with Europe's largest Boat Show in Düsseldorf from 18 to 26 January. Everything related to yachting and water sports can be found here. The largest and most luxurious mega yachts traditionally occupy Pavilion 6. Here we have made up the best of the best list - models that are worth visiting and seeing with one's own eyes.


Azimut S10



The new flagship of the Azimut Yachts sports collection is a very unusual mega yacht with unique and original characteristics. The exterior design ot the 28-meter yacht has been developed by Mancini, a superyacht designer who often draws inspiration from the aerospace and automotive industries; this is his first masterpiece for the Azimut-Benetti shipyard. The interior has been designed by Francesco Guida: a strict elegance of finish, multifunctional and at the same time private spaces. Amazingly, with its sporty look, the Azimut S10 also has a spacious flybridge with a carbon hardtop that blends in with the dynamic profile. This gives the Azimut S10 a much more sophisticated gentlemanly appearance than that of a typical sports yacht, but does not affect the impressive speed characteristics - the boat delivers up to 35 knots.



Azimut 72



The already known and well-proven 22.6 m long flybridge model will be shown at the boot Dusseldorf 2020 with a completely new interior. The details have not been made public yet, but it is worth a look, given that Azimut Yachts always sets the trends in the interior area.



Sanlorenzo SL96 Asymmetric


The italian shipyard Sanlorenzo has annouced the world premiere of a 30-metre asymmetrical yacht. This unusual concept results in more interior space by removing one of the deck passageways along the board. The open deck from stern to bow can only be accessed from starboard. The starboard side is covered with glazing that partially opens. As a result, the main deck saloon SL96 Asymmetric has received an additional 10 m2 of floor space. The ergonomics and ease of movement on board have not been compromised: the unique concept is that the asymmetry is carefully concealed.